Five of the nine finalists in the 2011 Bluetooth Innovation World Cup are developing useful and imaginative health and fitness related applications using new Bluetooth low energy technology.
Smartphones have the potential to one day diagnose diseases by taking the lab-on-a-chip concept and using the touchscreens to diagnose fluid samples
The Journal of the American Medical Association began inserting QR codes into at least one study ever issue, which has since grown due to popularity.
A review of InfantRisk Center’s iPhone app created for easy-access information on medication safety in pregnant and breastfeeding women. The app is an excellent resource and is targeted towards healthcare providers by providing extensive information on the subject of prescription and non-prescription drug safety during pregnancy & lactation.
AT&T and Calgary Scientific have recently teamed up to offer ResolutionMD, a FDA approved mobile diagnostic viewer as part of AT&T’s broader medical imaging and information management solution.
Sotera Wireless CEO Tom Watlington explains how his company was built out of founder Matt Banet’s garage to a revolutionary telemedicine system that could soon be used by every patient on the general floor of hospitals across the US.
According to ABI research, the sports and health mobile application market will grow to over $400 million in 2016 – up from just $120 million in 2010, though this may even be less than we should have expected.
Scosche MyTrek is a Bluetooth enabled armband and wireless pulse monitor, a comfortable workout tool for managing pulse, training type, calories burned and more using with a complimentary iPhone/iPod app.
iMedApps conducts an exclusive interview with the physician-creators of the new ACS Trials App for the iPhone/iPad
The mobile healthcare market in Asia is growing and expected to reach 7 billion by 2017 according to a study by the GSMA and PriceWaterCoopers.
A new survey offers surprising insights into smartphone usage patterns among physicians.
by: Joshua James Harding BSc Hons (MS2) Historically, anatomy has always been a cornerstone in medical education. Until recently, dissection and didactic lectures have predominated. The publication of the General Medical Council’s guidelines for UK medical schools, set out in the document Tomorrow’s Doctor’s, recommends that undue emphasis on detail is not required and calls […]